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This historical home is just down the street from me, so I pass it almost every day. I enjoy seeing it. Over the years, we have toured the home, enjoyed the docents stories, used it for historical field trips. Fee is not too expensive, and...More
I have passed by this place for many years without even giving it a glance. I suspect there are many others like me which is a shame. This place is a jewel of a well preserved important historical house. It is beautiful architecture and furnished...More
Beautiful house! Very knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteers. We went for one of their teas. Fantastic! Wonderful food served on real antique dishes. Must have at least 12 or 15 people. It's worth finding a few strangers to come along to get the minimum.
My husband and I took our girls here during a time the city was offering free admission. I honestly feel once you have seen it, there is no point in returning. It is neat reading some of the facts and seeing some of the antiques...More
Saw this yesterday. My granddaughter had learned about it in school & she wanted to see it. (She is 9.) It was a wonderful guided tour, full of anecdotes of days gone by. We were there for over an hour, & the tour guide held...More
I wanted to get married here because it's so pretty but not your fussy Victorian. If you're into local history, this is the place to go for Milford. A ghost hunters' tour is available in October, pricey but a unique experience.